Riverside Medical CentreSavile RoadCastlefordWest Yorkshire, WF10 1PHTel: 01977 554831
You can be sure that anything you discuss with any member of this practice - doctor, nurse or receptionist - will stay confidential. Even if you are under 16 nothing will be said to anyone else without your permission.
However, we have to consider passing on confidential information without your permission in the very rare circumstance of protecting you or someone else from serious harm. We would always try to discus this with you first.
The practice is registered and complies with the Data Protection Act 1998. Any request for access to notes by a patient, patient’s representative or outside body will be dealt with in accordance with the Act.
Please contact the Practice Manager for further information.
We welcome any suggestions or comments that you may have about our services. Put a note in the suggestion box in the waiting room, speak to one of the staff or the Practice Manager
We take complaints very seriously. If you would like to make a complaint regarding the surgery or the services we offer, please contact the Practice Manager by telephone or, if you prefer, in writing. Every effort will be made to answer your concerns as soon as possible.
Riverside Medical Centre Savile RoadCastlefordWF10 1PH
Telephone: 01977 554831
The Health Service Ombudsman has published a booklet that describes the ‘six principles for remedy’ in relation to complaints handling and involves:
If you remain unhappy after everything has been done to try to resolve your concern or complaint you have the right to approach the Ombudsman. Tel: 0345 015 4033 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWrite: Millbank Tower, Millbank, London SW1P 4QP.
The NHS employs over a million staff in thousands of locations. It is a large and complex organisation providing a broad range of services. It is not surprising that sometimes you or a loved one may feel bewildered or concerned when using the NHS. And this can be at times when you are feeling at your most vulnerable and anxious.
So, what should you do if you want on the spot help when using the health service? The NHS expects all members of staff to listen and respond to you to the best of their ability. But sometimes, you may wish to talk to someone employed especially to help you. The Patient Advice and Liaison Service, known as PALS, has been introduced to ensure that the NHS listens to patients, their relatives, carers and friends, and answers their questions and resolves their concerns as quickly as possible.
PALS also helps the NHS to improve services by listening to what matters to patients and their loved ones and making changes, when appropriate.
In particular, PALS will:
If you would like more information about PALS, the functions it is intended to provide and the standards it should strive to achieve , follow this link.
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